Why is the future tense modal will used when mentioned broken machines like cars, computers, phones.
For example :
Something is wrong with my computer. It won't work.
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Well actually using modal will makes a sense too to some extent but it would be better if present simple continuous tense or simple present tense is used because we already know that the machine is broken, yes it will not work or it is not going to work but simple continuous tense also is used at around the time of speaking as well as referring to future.So the machine is not working now and it is not working when I push the its start button.
So I would like to ask..
1.Is using "will" in similar scenarios accepted by everyone in the UK and the US.
2.Does it sound unnatural when I say :
My car/computer is broken and it is not working/ it doesn't work.
Can I use this tenses also?